Report: Tom Brady’s last two Super Bowl jerseys were stolen, both recovered
Authorities have located Tom Brady’s missing game jersey from Super Bowl LI, and they apparently found a bonus piece of memorabilia in the process.
Tom E. Curran of CSNNE.com reported on Tuesday that Brady’s game jerseys from the New England Patriots’ last two Super Bowl victories were stolen, and both have been recovered by NFL Security with the help of the FBI. The belief is that both jerseys were stolen by the same individual and sold outside of the United States.
Jay Glazer first broke the news that Brady’s jersey has been recovered, and he later added that the thief was someone who posed as an international media member at the Super Bowl. If you add in Curran’s report, it sounds like the person may have done the same thing at Super Bowl XLIX and LI.
Talk about a bizarre story. It has been six weeks since Brady helped orchestrate a historic comeback against the Atlanta Falcons, and the Patriots have remained optimistic that the missing jersey would be found. Brady even joked about the crime by sharing this hilarious suspect board on social media. Now that we know two jerseys had been stolen, you have to assume Brady and the Patriots are ecstatic that both have been located.